Under the general direction of the Vice President for Finance and the Director of Budget and Planning, the Office of Budget and Planning prepares and oversees the management of the Library's annual operating budgets, capital budgets, maintains multi-year financial plans, assists managers throughout the Library by providing analyses of the budgets for their units, and advises the Development and Government Affairs Offices in the preparation of government and private funding proposals.
The Senior Budget Analyst provides budgetary support to specific “client groups” throughout the organization. They advise on matters of staffing, OTPS, and planning around fiscal budgets. They are the ‘go to’ person for leaders in their areas to speak to about budgetary questions or concerns. The Senior Budget Analyst also works to establish best practices for financial planning, budget management, control and reporting. They play a key role in institutional and program-specific planning and analysis, work closely with managers to analyze the use of financial resources and map out how those resources can support best public service operations. They also work closely with the Development and Government Affairs Offices in devising and fulfilling private and governmental fundraising strategies. The Senior Budget Analyst supports the continuing evolution of the budget and planning process to make sure that resource-allocation decisions are aligned with the institution’s strategic priorities and strengthens long term planning through their monitoring of structural deficits.
Under the direction of the Director of Budget and Planning:
May require travel within NYC